Can we think of who wants to use a "versus" tag? I use e.g. the "perl" tag or the "c" tag on stackoverflow.com to find things I'm interested in. For example, I can easily imagine someone might want to add something like "british-english" to their list of interesting tags, if they're particularly interested in the UK. For another example, it's hard to search for questions about a, an and the, so it's a big plus to have an [article] tag which can be used to search for these kinds of questions. The tag should be useful for someone trying to find things, not just a kind of busy work for people who want to run around classifying stuff.
However, I can't imagine a scenario where someone wants to look for "versus" questions - adding this tag seems like busy work to me. Can someone suggest what the purpose of this tag is to justify keeping it?
If not, I propose deleting this tag.